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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

My Thanksgiving Interview with Deborah Norville

Being thankful is still in season.

Today I’m thankful that my Thanksgiving-themed story was published in last week’s Thanksgiving edition of Writers Weekly — the most widely-circulated freelance writing ezine in the world.

The story is not just about giving thanks. In fact, it’s an exclusive interview with Deborah Norville — anchor of Inside Edition and author of the new bestselling book, Thank You Power.

I had the pleasure of meeting Deborah at a luncheon last month called “A Movable Feast.” She’d already read Writeful prior to our meeting and was open to the idea of an interview centered on Thank You Power.

The article appearing as the feature in last week's edition of Writers Weekly, “Give Thanks for Your Writing” specifically addresses Norville’s Thank You Power and how it relates to writers.

In a nutshell, Norville suggests you write down three things you’re grateful for every day. Doing so can have a physical and emotional impact on your life — as proven in her book.

This works specifically for writers and their careers when they focus on what they are grateful for in the writing arena.

I’m grateful because this is the third story I’ve had published in Writers Weekly this year. Hey, I met my quote for the day — see how easy it is?

To learn more, read my article, “Give Thanks for Your Writing,” in Writers Weekly.


And to learn even more, visit Deborah Norville at her site.



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